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Roster Metrics Report


The Roster Metrics is a report that generates a report consisting of tables. These tables have values depending on the user settings in the report template. The report checks legality on the chosen crew groups (divided by filters) and uses the values from legality to make various calculations (as set up in the template). The table in the grid needs to be populated for the report to be generated correctly.

User rights

The user rights shown below need to be enabled in order to view the Roster Metrics Report:

Viewing the Roster Metrics Report

To view the report, go to Human Resources then click the Roster Metrics Report.

Here are descriptions of the fields:

  • Report filter: Choose a template that was saved previously from the dropdown list.
  • Valid From/Valid To: Define the period for which you need to create a report.
  • Template name: To use custom configurations in the future, enter a template name and click the save button.
    • Public: the report template can be edited and reviewed by other users.
    • Protected: other users have no permissions to edit the report template.
    • Private: the report template is available only for the user who created it.
  • Sorting: Choose sorting option. You can set ascending or descending order by clicking one of the radio buttons.  
  • Human Resource Filter: Choose a filter from a dropdown list. 
  • Time Mode: You can choose a time mode from the dropdown list.  
  • Period Template: You can choose a period template from the dropdown list. You can also add several days before the period and several days after the period if you need to create a report for the specific period. 
    • Note: Valid From and Valid To dates are not available for editing as these dates are set automatically according to the chosen period.  
  • Frequency: You can adjust weekdays that you want to be displayed in the report.  
  • Grouping: You can select several items for grouping from the Available list and move to the Selected field using the single arrow. You can also move all Available items to Selected using the double arrow. If you want to change the order of the items in any field, use up and down arrows. 
  • Calculated Values:

  • Name (Light green rectangles in the picture below): This will be the name of the Table generated in the report. 
  • Calculator: These are the public calculators set up in Legality. The calculator will be the basis for the data presented in the report.
  • Interval (Blue rectangles):This is set if the result will be presented in intervals. e.g. Number of Consecutive nights, can be shown in intervals 1,2,3,4 etc, to see how many of these occur in the given period for the selected group. But it can also be set like this: 1-10,11-30,31-50,51-100 if the "Interval 'Perc" is used as 'Type'. Then it will show these values in the percentage groups, set in the intervals. There is also an option, called "Interval Summary Count", which will accumulate all values for each crew. This means that the report will show the total values for each crew, instead of reporting for each roster activity.
    • Example: Night Duties, if you have set up an interval 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
    • If one crew has three night duties, this value will add up the value in the column called 3 in the report, (if this new interval option is chosen).
  • "Limit" - (Calculator Limit): Setting this calculator will validate the above set calculator with this one as a percentage. This is useful, for example, when you want to compare crew members FDP vs FDP Limit. (Red rectangle).
  • Type: This is the type of calculation that should be made on the calculators.  Here are the current calculators:
    • Interval Perc: Example: If the user wants to see a percentage of the FDP vs FDP Limit, it can then be presented in intervals - (see intervals below).
    • Interval Count: Put the values in different intervals. For example, this could be the number of consecutive nights, Deep Early Starts, etc.
    • Average Summary: The value is shown as an average value for the calculator. Example: The 'Rest At End' Calculator can show the average rest for any given crew group (see the purple rectangle below).
    • Summary: Will present a summary of all values taken from the Legality Calculator.

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